While big name cloud application vendors like Salesforce and NetSuite have risen to prominence by primarily delivering solution to organizations working in the “knowledge economy”, there has been little attention given to cloud solutions for what I like to call the real world.
The annual PowerPlex customer event is now an established fixture on the analyst circuit with some of the best minds in manufacturing ERP in attendance along with 900 other attendees. The company made a raft of important announcements including the closing of a $50 million investment round by T. Rowe Price and Accel Partners, new innovations in mobile, a roadmap for solutions that take Plex up the food chain and new support packages
Plex finds itself $50 million richer this summer after landing big financing investments from T. Rowe Priceand Accel Partners. The Troy-based company makes cloud-based ERP software for manufacturers. Plex describes its software platform as built from the plant floor up, enabling users to increase productivity and profitability at existing facilities by streamlining the manufacturing process.
Manufacturing ERP Success Stories from the Plant Floor Read the Businessweek article that features manufacturing leaders that use the Plex Manufacturing Cloud to transform their business: Ralco’s 60,000 square foot factory: people, machines, materials and financials are managed in the Plex cloud. CEO, Tom Gitter says, “Without it we’d be dead.” Inteva runs their manufacturing facilities in the cloud. They moved from legacy SAP systems, resulting in an 80% reduction of expenses and better visibility across their twenty-six facilities. Download the PDF or view the article at Businessweek. Read the customer success story for Ralco Industries and Inteva Products.
Recently at its annual PowerPlex conference, Plex Systems announced Plex Enterprise Edition, a suite of applications built to support complex, global, multiplant manufacturing organizations with multi-entity financial and supply chain management requirements. As always, Plex worked cl
Over 900 customers, partners, and Plex Systems gathered at the DeVos Place on Michigan’s West Coast of Grand Rapids for the 13th annual Plex Systems user event. New features and a significant funding round book end the major announcements from the June 10th, 2014 Day 1 keynote:
The annual PowerPlex customer event is now an established fixture on the analyst circuit with some of the best minds in manufacturing ERP in attendance along with 900 other attendees. The company made a raft of important announcements including the closing of a $50 million investment
“No stock footage here” Remarked Plex CEO Jason Blessing about the video about various shop floors at customer sites which kicked off his user conference, PowerPlex yesterday. Actually he need not have used any footage at all. He had 900 attendees in person representing 1,100 sites ac
Just before saying our goodbyes to some of the Plex staff, I’d sat down with my old sparring partner Vinnie Mirchandani to reflect on this year’s PowerPlex. We both agreed that it was a very different style of conference to those we usually attend, many of them in the Bay Area around
Plex Systems is a leader in cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for manufacturing enterprises, such as the aerospace and defense, food and beverage, and motor vehicles industries. At its PowerPlex 2014 conference, the vendor announced Plex Enterprise Edition, a suite of
With NetSuite continuing to grow at a hefty pace and Acumatica recently reporting an exceptional year (as well as Rootstock Software and Kenandy, although they started from a much smaller base of customers), Plex, a leading cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider for m
Both exciting and depressing developments in the last few months should evoke some thoughtful inquiry. Any technology purchaser, in any sector, but especially in the enterprise space where the stakes are so high, should ask this question: My future is dawning. Which company will enabl